80 hits the banks at track speed approaching Holt's Chapel Rd.
The northbound Carolinian doubles up on power this morning under the Greensboro skyline
The first sun in a couple of weeks shines down on 72Q, a DPU unit coal train seen southbound, just south of Elm.
The roadbed is prepared and the rail is ready to be placed on ties as part of the NCRR/NS double track project that should help congestion between High Point and Greensboro. An aging lashup pulls... (more)
Norfolk Southern's CF Line runs south through Greensboro on 10mph jointed rail before breaking out to welds around Vandalia. These 3 SD40-2's have a combined 100 years of service between them; the... (more)
The Northbound Carolinian has cleared the last of 11 grade crossings in 3 miles and is seen crossing Old Burlington Rd.
NS GP59 4606 pulls a few tanks past the NS MOW offices seen on the right, behind the train.
Seen before the new restoration work began is NCTM's 604 2-8-0 built by Baldwin in 1928. The museum hopes to be able to finish restoring the locomotive back to it's former livery as the Buffalo C... (more)
The southside local sets out a tanker at Carolina By-Products.
A local turns the wye at Lee St. as he makes his way towards the large industrial area south of town.
80 clears Pomona yard at Aycock.
Anyone know anything about this one?
Built by Baldwin in 1920 as Charlotte Harbor & Northern 72, this locomotive was acquired by the Seaboard Air Line in 1928 and renumbered 301. It was then purchased by the Gainesville Midland for ... (more)
The Amtrak and Metra yards as seen from the Sears Tower.
59, 40, 59, 40, 40, 40!